ISO file name and burning install CDs
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 18, 2002
I was wondering if it makes a difference when I burn the iso image to the disc, but the name of the iso file gets shortened from valhalla-i386-disc1.iso to valhal~1.iso . Will this keep me from installing properly?
I realize this is because of the DOS extension issue when using Easy CD creator. (I am using an HP 8110i burner and win98 to create the CDs).
Is there a way to read what is in the iso image with windows 98? Can I make the boot disk for the A: within a windows environment since I can't read the iso image?
Last question, I noticed that when downloading files from the mirror images, you are sometimes given the choice of downloading the os and the iso. What is the difference between the two? Is one just the plain operating system?
Thank you. I would appreciate any help with these questions. Have a great day.
File name encoding bug on HFS+ filesystem on Linux??
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 5, 2010
Linux - Ubuntu Karmic 64bit, 2.6.31-19-generic
Mac OS - Mac OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.2 32bit.
Steps to reprocude
1. Prepare HFS+ filesystem.
- Be sure the HFS+ fs does not have journaling.
- It is not important whether the HFS+ fs is made on Linux or Mac OS.
- It is not important whether the HFS+ fs is case-sensitive or case-insensitive.
2. Make any Korean-named file in HFS+ fs on Linux.
- For example, run "touch '한'" on terminal.
- '한' is D55C in Unicode.
3. Run 'ls' on Mac OS.
4. You will see error "ls: cannot access 한: No such file or directory".
* If you make any Korean-named file in HFS+ fs on Mac OS and run 'ls' on Linux, you will same error.
* I tested for some umlaut characters. But I could not see any error.
I know that HFS+ stores file name with decomposed Unicode form. I wanted to see whether file name was really decomposed or not. So I used hfsdebug-lite on Mac OS. It is debugger for HFS+. It shows real unicod
How to parse full path of file name in bash ?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 28, 2005
Assuming I have this file:
No file name column in archive manager
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 11, 2013
I have a strange problem where there is no file name column when opening an archive with the default ubuntu "Archive Manager" program - see below screenshot:
I have checked all menu options I can find and can't find any options for bringing it back. I'm sure the solution is stupidly simple but I can't seem to find it. Any help?
[SOLVED] PXE E53: No boot file name received
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 18, 2009
Hi, I been looking around in this forum for awhile and I finally decided to try out Slackware. I bought the product from slackware store, the official book and followed the exact installation instruction but I'm getting a error called:
MP3 Tag Editor: fill tag info from file name
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 9, 2009
Under Windows, I used MP3Tag http://www.mp3tag.de/en/ which allows me to do a lot of tag editing. It can do rename a file from tags and also extract tag from file name.
I have installed EasyTag, and I can't figure out how to extract a tag info from a file name. Example: the file name pattern is :
12. Artist name - Title.mp3
I would like to extract from the file name and populate the ID3Tag from the extracted info: Track number, Artist, Tilte.
Is there a tag editor working under Linux which allow to do so?
Thanks in advance for any help.
[SOLVED] Removing characters from file name
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 6, 2009
Good evening. I need to remove letters from filenames up to and including the "-":
there are a variable number of characters before the "-". The output should be:
I have tried to use sed
for file in *.txt;
sed 's/*-//g' $file >tempfile
mv tempfile $file
of course this did not work or I would not be here. I have tried several variations with no luck. I am sure it is because I do not understand the correct use of the wildcard in the sed command but I cannot find anything on this. All examples I have found remove a set number of charaters or deal with spaces.
Thanks for the time.
I want to selectively delete parts of a file name from some files
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 21, 2009
I have some music that was named really badly and confuses Winamp and Mediamonkey resulting in it being poorly tagged, which means Last.fm get those bad tags later.
I want to use this as an opportunity to use my Ubuntu partition and engage in some script-fu. Any pointers on how I should go about this? I can do basic functions in Bash and I'm about 9 pages into the Camel Book (O'Reilly Perl book).
The files are all named like "01-the_radio_dept-too_soon-twee.mp3" with the part in bold being what I want to keep. They will require their own scripts to remove underscores and put the artist title in front.
File name too long to delete
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 14, 2009
Even Ubuntu 8.10 can't fix ALL windows errors ?!
I have an NTFS volume that I can mount OK and make changes and deletions on all files - except I cannot get rid of one subdirectory because it is too long to rename or del or rmdir
Error stating file '/media/vsbdc3/R/Cq/users/rdcl/Desktop/Desktop/Desktop/Desktop/Desktop/Desktop/Desktop/Desktop/Desktop/Desktop/Desktop/Desktop
<SNIP 55 lines of the same (9 /Desktop !!!)>
/Desktop/Desktop': File name too long
[SOLVED] Replacing underscore with a space in a file name recursively.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 11, 2012
I have seen several threads about replacing a space with an underscore, however I want to do exactly the opposite, I wants to remove the underscores and replace them with a space.
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